The Washington County Hospital and Medical Group will be hosting a four person golf scramble to fund patient equipment purchases on Friday September 22, at Nashville Municipal Golf Course. The scramble will include 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch, drinks, prizes, and dinner. Skins game will be available, as well as Mulligans. Mulligans have
The members of the HAPPY HOME HOUR unit of HCE met at the home of Barbara Aussieker on July 20. Present were Julie Schroeder, Sandy Tomaszewski, Judy Jones, Nancy Russell and hostess, Barbara. Marietta Dahncke and Jane Nelms were absent. Discussion was held on upcoming programming as the new year is to begin in September.
July 31 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to an address on Washington Road for a Welfare Check. July 29 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office conducted a Welfare Check on an Ashley, IL resident. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded to suspicious activity in Richview, Illinois. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office arrested Joseph F. Montgomery,
July 24 The Nashville Police Department responded to the 500 block of E. Maple St. to serve a no trespassing notice. Officers responded to the 1000 block of S. Community Ave. for a 911 hang-up call. Police responded to the 400 block of E. Lebanon St. for vehicle damage. Officers responded to the 11700 block
Emily VanDeveer of Scheller is the recipient of a Dean’s Transfer Scholarship at Southern Illinois University Carbondale for the fall 2017 semester. Scholarships are based on academic merit and potential for superior achievement in college. VanDeveer, a 2015 graduate of Waltonville High School, graduated from Rend Lake College. She is the daughter of Christy and
The NCHS Class of 1947 met at Little Nashville on July 12, 2017 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of their graduation. Nine class members, guests and spouses attended. Following a delicious lunch, letters were read from several classmates unable to attend. A moment of silence was held for the 23 classmates known to be deceased.
4-H Has Your Seat To The Eclipse Illinois 4-H is inviting the public to a front row seat for the historic total solar eclipse in August in southern Illinois where sun’s path creates the longest duration of darkness. University of Illinois Extension, in cooperation with the Southern Illinois Miners baseball team, will host an educational
United Mine Workers of America Local 2295 President, George Coleman and Financial Secretary, Rich Gyorkos, presented a check to Willing Partners Canine Education of Benton, at their monthly meeting at Valbo’s Restaurant in Germantown. Willing Partners members present, SECOND ROW, were Rhona Eklund, Anita Bloomquist and Diane Averbeck. Union local members present, THIRD ROW, were Susan
The new members were Kenneth Brehm (Sponsored by Rick Rainey), Kevin Seyler (sponsored by Dean Waller), and Howard Dinkelman (sponsored by Roger Kramm) The Nashville Lions are pleased to welcome these new members.
Nashville Christian Church had a rip-roaring good time this week, July 17-21, when 37 students and 30 leaders came together to celebrate the good news of Jesus Christ. The theme for the week was SonWest Roundup, and when students were not getting drenched outside during game time, they were YeeHaw-ing indoors while chowing down at